Pre-courses – 11th September

Scientific Programme

10:00-15:00

EBN COURSE – EBN brain precongress course. Perinatal arterial ischaemic stroke and cerbral sinus vein thrombosis

Chairs: Deirdre Murray, Ireland, Sandra Horsch, Germany

10:00-10:20

Arterial and venous cerebral vascularization

Paul Govaert, Belgium

10:20-10:30

Discussion

10:30-10:50

Preclinical studies neonatal stroke

Pierre Gressens, France

10:50-11:00

Discussion

11:00-11:20

PAIS - MRI diagnosis, outcome, clinical studies

M Benders, the Netherlands

11:20-11:30

Discussion

11:30-11:50

Neonatal cerebral sinus vein thrombosis

Luca Ramenghi, Italy

11:50-12:00

Discussion

12:00-13:00

LUNCH BREAK

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Chairs: Manon Benders, The Netherlands, Deirdre Murray, Ireland

13:00-13:20

The challenge of seizure recognition in neonatal acute ischemic stroke

Roberta Cilio, Belgium

13:20-13:30

Discussion

13:30-13:50

Early rehabilitation after neonatal stroke

Andrea Guzzetta, Italy

13:50-14:00

Discussion

14:00-14:20

Stroke like lesions in CHD

Terrie Inder, United States

14:20-14:30

Discussion

14:30-15:00

Open discussion / Closing remarks

09:00-12:15

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE – Using routine clinical and administrative data for research

09:00-09:20

Introduction to using routine registers for research in neonatology

Chris Gale, UK

09:20-09:40

Garbage in-Garbage out: harmonizing and validating data

Jennifer Zeitlin, France

09:40-10:30

Methods for risk adjustment for the statistical comparison of outcomes between hospitals and regions

Brad Manktelow, UK

10:30-10:45

COFFEE BREAK

10:45-11:45

Hands-on exercises based on real-life examples provided by the instructors (faculty)

Chris Gale, Jennifer Zeitlin, Brad Manktelow, Marije Hogeveen, Anne-Cathrine Viuff

11:45-12:15

Presentations from exercise groups and final discussion

09:00-16:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE
Neonatal nutrition

Mark Johnson, United Kingdom

09:00-09:05

Introduction

Mark Johnson, United Kingdom

09:05-11:00

Workshop 1.
Growth in preterm infants

09:05-09:25

Growth charts and patterns of growth in preterm infants

Miguel Sáenz de Pipaón, Spain

09:25-09:45

Current recommendations for growth in preterm infants (ESPGHAN 2020)

Gitte Zachariassen, Denmark

09:45-10:05

Body composition in preterm infants

Paola Roggero, Italy

10:05-10:25

Post-discharge growth and catch up in preterm infants

Nick Embleton, United Kingdom

10:25-10:45

Panel discussion

10:45-11:15

COFFEE BREAK

11:15-13:15

Workshop 2.
Parenteral Nutrition in practice

11:15-11:30

Practical approach to parenteral nutrition in preterm neonates (eg basics of PN, use in clinical practice)

Sissel Moltu, Norway

11:30-11:45

Micronutrients in parenteral nutrition

Axel Franz, Germany

11:45-12:00

Transition parenteral to enteral nutrition

Mark Johnson, United Kingdom

12:00-12:20

Current recommendations for enteral nutrition in preterm infants

Nick Embleton, United Kingdom

12:20-12:40

Optimising protein intake for preterm infants

Hans Van De Goudoever, The Netherlands

12:40-13:00

Managing fluid, electrolytes and renal function in the preterm infant

Silvia Iacobelli, France

13:00-13:15

Panel discussion

13:15-14:15

LUNCH BREAK

14:15-14:55

Workshop 3.
Human milk

14:15-14:35

Experience with exclusive human milk in neonatal patients

Amy Hair, United States

14:35-14:55

Human milk and targeted fortification in preterm infants

Christoph Fusch, Germany

14:55-15:55

Workshop 4.
Nutritional care in practice- case discussions

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Case scenarios and discussion on the nutritional management of preterm and complex neonates (some provided by faculty, some provided by candidates)

(Dr Mark Johnson, Dr Nick Embleton, Dr Miguel Sáenz de Pipaón and rest of faculty)

15:55-16:00

Closing remarks

Mark Johnson, United Kingdom

10:00-15:10

PRE-CONGRESS EFCNI
Dealing with parents in critical care decision

Chairs: Silke Mader and Jos Latour

10:00-10:10

Welcome and short introduction

10:10-10:30

Meeting the patients needs

Jos Latour, United Kingdom

10:30-10:50

Multidisciplinary antenatal and perinatal palliative care

Fauzia Paize, United Kingdom

10:50-11:15

Discussion

11:15-11:30

BREAK

11:30-11:50

Family centered care during palliative care – how does this work?

Lars Garten, Germany

11:50-12:10

Ethical dilemmas encountered in end-of-life care of critically ill newborns

Dominic Wilkinson, United Kingdom

12:10-12:30

Discussion

12:30-13:30

LUNCH BREAK

13:30-13:50

How parents can be involved in making critical care decisions – a parent perspective.

Silke Mader, Germany

13:50-14:10

How to deal with parents with a lost of a multiple

Nicholas Embleton, United Kingdom

14:10-14:40

Who support the team before, during and after critical care situations

Fernanda Sampaio de Cavalho, the Netherlands

14:40-15:10

Discussion and Summary